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CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE :- NOrICw TO 0 ESPQSDXS.-All rsirr infmde Sbr P' ctieerns mst be actpanied by the ame wam addrms of fte ,ricr ; not Jsiiqj for p -tfibazfidn t J- the Vic neion of the diter. FWe anmra to ?? are mgt giem in tie ,ou. rsof a d t'or tire, tha qsextion-s ?? laci to un c
January 6, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

FUNERAL OF LADY EMILY FOLEY. The funeral of Lady Emily Foley took place at Stoke Edith, near Hereford, yesterday afternoon. The ar- rangements throughout were very simple, in accordance with the expressed wish of the decc~ased ; but many persons were present to pay their last tri
January 6, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WOLVERHAMPTON QUARTER SESSIONS.

WOLVERHAMPTON QUARTER SESSIONS.

WOYRSTRAPTON QUARTER SESSIONS. I The quarter sessions for the borough of Wfolverhanip- ton were held yesterday, in the Town Hall; before Mr. F. A. Bosanquet (recorder). There were only five prisoners for trial. TErnS.-rs-chard William Flynn (40). agent, was ceharged rith stealing
January 6, 1900 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SITUAriONS VACANT (conid.)

SITUAriONS VACANT (conid.)

ftf’MBCNTR —Lady Clerk, lor posting and inrosoing, eSd to iwifcl «pare tana a* the grocery ooant«r.—Apply, Morrie. Famuy Grocer, Redditch M*a Wentod.—Check Land'*. Breed Impiover) Wanted, ineligible; must be and shaver.—APPlT. Davis, 17. Tonne St., XXOTElS—Wanted, once, experien
July 14, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SERVANTS WANT PLACES.

SERVANTS WANT PLACES.

HOUSEKEEPER (superior) to gentleman, household duties; occasional help; excellent relercnce.—Address, U 43. Daily Poet XJESPECTAIiLE Person (40 l would O.vo Services as House- keeper with lady, country, return for good home.— Ad-lrtss 112, D&ii> Ih-si. TIT ANTED. Post as Houseke
July 14, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Acquitted.

Acquitted.

Wilfred Kimberley (C 2), clerk, who had been remitted from the Quarter Sessions, was charged with obtaining from the Austin Motor Company by means of false pretences the sum of 4s. 3d. Mr. Sandland* prosecuted, and Mr. Wylie defended. It was alleged that the accused had obtained
July 14, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
What does Tyre-Friction cost you PETROL? Those motorists who are slill fitting old-style canvas tyres are spending one-tenth the petrol

What does Tyre-Friction cost you PETROL? Those motorists who are slill fitting old-style canvas tyres are spending one-tenth the petrol

bill on their tyres : for all other tyres than Palmers produce friction in the wrong place—inside the tyres. Friction in the wrong place is energy misdirected—power wasted. In the case of tyres too much petrol used. That Palmer Frictionfree Cord Tyres actually do save no less th
July 14, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TOLL OF LIFE THE MINES. 25,000 KILLED IN TWENTY YEABS DEMAND FOR BIGGER OLD-AGE PENSION. The conference of the Miners’

TOLL OF LIFE THE MINES. 25,000 KILLED IN TWENTY YEABS DEMAND FOR BIGGER OLD-AGE PENSION. The conference of the Miners’

Federation of Greafc Britain resumed its sittings in the Town Hall, Buxton, yesterday, Mr. Robert Smillie (president) in the chair. Mine Inspection by Colliery Firemen, Mr. J. Rcbcrt&on (Scottish Miners) proposed that it would be conducive to ’the best interest of the miners tha
July 14, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LIGHTING RESTRICTIONS

LIGHTING RESTRICTIONS

Birmingham, July 14. Lamps on vehicle* lighted 9.54 Restricted lighting 10.54
July 14, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES;

FRUIT AND VEGETABLES;

BIRMINGHAM.—Qnotefeone; Cherries, Qb. % ISs. per not; stmw'bcrriea, 2&. 6d, 1» 3s. 6d. per down lb.; goose berries, Itts. to 126. per pot; red currants, 3d. per 3b.; black currants, sd, par lb.; botbouse grapes, la. to Ss. per tb ; 6e. to _Bb. pea- box Qs. to He. per ss. 10b. pe
July 14, 1916 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England